# Book1 - Exam1 Problem2 E. Beginning Startedand Inventory...

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Exam 1 Problem 2 Wilfredo De Leon Accounting 2 E. Calculate Equivalent Units Ending    Inventory 10,000  150,000  20,000  170,000  Equivale Units Material Conversion Material Beginning inventory 10,000  100% 30% Started and Completed 150,000  100% 100% 150,000  Completed and Transferred out 160,000  100% 100% 150,000  Ending Inventory 20,000  100% 40% 20,000  Equivalen Units 170,000  F. Cost per Equivalent Units for June Material Conversion Cost of Beginning Work in Process N/A N/A Cost Added to Production \$139,400.00 \$244,200.00 \$139,400.00 \$244,200.00 Equivalent Units 170,000  165,000  Cost per Equivalent Units \$0.82 \$1.48 G. Units Transferred out Material Conversion Material \$20,000.00 Conversion \$8,000.00 Equivalent Units \$20,000.00 \$8,000.00 Cost per Equivalent Unit \$0.82 \$1.48 \$16,400.00 \$11,840.00 Material Conversion \$11,800.00 \$7,800.00 \$0.00 \$7,000.00 Cost per Equivalent Unit \$0.82 \$1.48 \$0.00 \$10,360.00 \$150,000.00

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## This note was uploaded on 10/30/2010 for the course FINANCE Excel taught by Professor Vahn during the Spring '10 term at City College of San Francisco.

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